January 11, 2013
My Kids are back in routine their daily routine which means spare the teachers and anyone else who just made it through all the holiday madness; the holiday concerts, parties, productions, outings, travel and final exams. There's a day off coming for Martin Luther King Day, Presidents Day the Spring break maybe. Hurricane Sandy changed many schedules infant many who were effect by this disaster went without a paycheck became of it. There I was a the doctors office getting a blood test. The office was closed for two weeks due to no power. When I was talking to my nurse about this she told me that for the two weeks they were closed they received no pay. Teachers in the same situation have to make up the days they missed or get docked in pay. How horrible to go through a hurricane. Live without power and lose pay because of it. Im writing this in a warm well lot house, with more gratitude than ever.
She Buzz Words
She could be
Cleaning the lint trap
Out of fabric softener
She could be a
High School Teacher
Animal Shelter employee
"Didn't I go on a diet a few days ago?"
There's a good chance that she's taking some sort of medica- tion to control any medical problem from high cholesterol to depression. Doctors will typically outline the pros and cons of any drug they recommend, but it's a good idea for her to do her homework and to make sure her medicine does not and will not interact with any of the food, drink, or other medi- cines she may take. For example, grapefruit juice can really compromise the absorption of some medicines. For a quick reference, check out www.pdrhealth.com and click "Interaction Checker. And, as always, check all information with a doctor.
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